RENOVATED CLASSIC PLUS STUDIO
UNDER OFFER - FIRST WEEK
A drive down the beautifully shaded, tree-lined Holyrood Street will transport you back to the charm of early twentieth century living, thanks to little change being made to the facade of each home. While the white picket fence and weatherboard frontage exudes the appeal of a bygone era, renovations by a previous architect/owner have ensured comfort and convenience for modern day living.
Situated on a large 430sqm block, beautiful features of this period home include wide Jarrah floorboards and high ceilings adorned with gorgeous pressed tin. The front part of the home accommodates three large bedrooms before a central lounge room with gas fireplace creating perfect separation from the main entertaining spaces.
To the rear of the home, a spectacular cathedral ceiling creates a sense of space and light in the open plan kitchen and dining areas. Heated by a gas fireplace and with views to the garden beyond, the intimate atmosphere of this area is ideal for the every day cooking, meals and homework activities of a family, while creating the perfect space for cosy dinner parties with friends.
Completing the interior of this home is the bathroom with claw-foot tub and separate shower, a single bedroom, and a home office/study.
Timber-framed glass doors open out to a sheltered, decked alfresco that overlooks the low maintenance garden. Whether enjoying a glass of wine at the end of a long day or watching the kids play on the lawn, this space is weatherproof to ensure you can experience it year round. A laundry and additional WC is discreetly tucked away to the side.
Follow the boardwalk around the garden and arrive at your very own spacious studio. High windows that let in an abundance of natural light will appeal to artists and other creatives, while a kitchenette, WC and reverse cycle air conditioning provides great privacy as a home business or granny flat. Flanked by two secure car bays, the studio offers plenty of storage underneath that ensures the main house remains uncluttered.
Additional features include two rainwater tanks, ducted evaporative and wall-mounted split reverse cycle air conditioning, security system and a location that is second to none.
You'll enjoy a range of cafes, restaurants and shops within a stones throw, as well as Leederville and West Leederville train stations, Oxford Street and Rokeby Road café strips and West Leederville primary school all within walking distance. And a park directly opposite! What's not to love!
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Type : House
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Water Rates : $
5480 Per Year
Council Rates : $
9420 Per Year